We know what a crucial decision you're making when choosing where and what to study, and it is so important you find out as much as you can about the course you're interested in.
Our Open Days are a chance for you to get a feel for the college and Plymouth, to see for yourself just what stands us apart and what we offer both academically and creatively.
You’ll be able to choose from an array of subject talks, meet our graduates and see the new £8M Design Craft building housing state-of-the-art printing, glass, silversmithing, ceramics, painting and drawing studios.
If you're choosing a BA (Hons) or Masters Degree then Student Finance, Welfare, our Accommodation Team and our Student Union will all be here to give advice and insights, and there'll also be plenty of advice for Pre-Degree students too.
Running times for Saturday:
11am: Guests greeted in reception
11.15am / 12.15pm: Welcome & Student Life presentation in Studio Theatre
11am / 12pm / 1pm / 2pm: Campus tours leave from the Gallery
11.30am / 12.30pm / 1.30pm / 2.30pm: Degree Subject talks in specific subject areas
11.30am - 3pm: Pre-Degree Subject drop-in sessions
All Day: How to Apply, Accommodation & Student Finance drop-in sessions in canteen
You can also download our Open Day planner listing details, times and room numbers here.
Additionally there'll be an opportunity to see and get involved in workshops.
At 12pm you'll be able to get try out a 'Make a Mug' free workshop Ceramics Technical Demonstrator Maria Psiliagkou in our Ceramics Workshops – limited to 10 places.
At 1pm, our Glass Technical Demonstrator Lawrence West will be giving a glass blowing demo in our Glass Studio.
Or at 1pm you can get involved in 'Print Techniques on Metal' in our Jewellery Studio with Technical Demonstrator Clare Kilgour – also limited to 10 places.
There'll also be demos in our FabLab, showing the range of 3D printing and scanning technologies available to our students.
And the Gallery, our campus-based exhibition space open to students and members of the public, will also be open all day for you to explore.
The current exhibition in the Gallery is 'Echo' – a student-curated show featuring work from the Crafts Council Collection. See photos of that show here.
You'll be welcome if you turn up on the day between 1-5pm but if possible, please secure your place below.
And, if you're unable to make this or the next Open Day, we are more than happy to arrange a tour at a time that works for you and your guests; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange this.
What: Open Day – Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Pre-Degree.
Where: Plymouth College of Art
When: Saturday 24 October, 11am-3.30pm